American Journalist and attorney, Kimberly Guilfoyle is married twice. Her first husband is Gavin Newson and her second husband is Eric Villency. She has one child with her second husband.
Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle Childhood, Parents
The American journalist, Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle was born on 9th March 1969 in San Francisco, California. She was born to parents, father Anthony Guilfoyle and mother Mercedes Guilfoyle.
Kimberly Guilfoyle's mother died due to leukemia when she was just eleven. She grew up with her sibling brother and both of them were raised by her real estate investor father alone.
Marriage and Divorce With Husband
Kimberly was married twice in her life, both of her marriages had the same fate, divorce! In December 2001, Kim got married for the first time to Gavin Newsom, an American politician and a former mayor of San Francisco elected in 2003.
Kimberly and Gavin tied the knot at Saint Ignatius Catholic Church situated inside the University of San Francisco campus, from where Guilfoyle completed her law degree. After five years of marital togetherness, in January 2005, the couple filed for a divorce. Their divorce was finalized in 2006.
Second Marriage, Children
Following the divorce from her husband Gavin, Kimberly Guilfoyle got married for the second time to Eric Villency, the CEO of Villency Design Group, an interior and product design firm. The couple got married on the island of Barbados on 27 May 2006.
Kim was three months pregnant at her wedding. She and her now ex-husband, Eric welcomed their first baby boy Ronan Anthony on 4th October 2006.
Villency and Guilfoyle announced they are separated in the summer of 2009 and filed for divorce on June 23, 2009. Their divorce was finalized in 2010. She was rumored to have had a number of love affairs.
Affair with Donald Trump
In 2018, she started dating Donald Trump Jr. The couple is often spotted together in public, likewise in July 2018, they were seen on a vacation in southern France.
Career & Net Worth
The reporter for Fox Kimberly's personal life did not go well but she has always won the heart of millions of viewers for her excellent performance.
Moreover, she is also a strong candidate who may replace the White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. She left Fox News Network on July 20, 2018, and started working at the America First Policies, a pro-Trump super PAC.
Her estimated salary from Fox News Network was reported to be around $840,500 which is further added with royalties she receives from her books.
When all of her income is added, it is estimated that her current net worth is around $5 million through which she finances her living.